The team behind SKYBAR Beirut has unveiled its latest venture O1NE Yas Island. The building, located at the heart of Yas Island just across Du Forum, was covered with colourful artwork that they site as being the world’s largest privately owned graffiti wall.
18 graffiti artists have been commissioned by Sky Management to create the mural. They have been working on the 18 meter high 2,5000 sqm façade for a week now and anticipate the work to be completed in a total of two weeks.
The artists, with the help of 30 site personnel, were asked to paint and exhibit whatever they believed music and nightlife represents in painted art form.
“O1NE Yas Island is more than just an aesthetically pleasing masterpiece; it is also poised to be a top party place in the UAE and the whole region. With its convenient location, it bridges the way and represents a meeting point for all club goers from Dubai and Abu Dhabi. It also boasts exciting state-of-the-art technologies, which will give an experience club goers have never imagined and seen before,” says Chafic el Khazen, Chief Executive Officer of Sky Management.
O1NE Yas Island will also feature a 360-degree 3D projection mapping which will provide a different backdrop and setting to the venue at every event that takes place.
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